Many people contact me to be on Writer Groupie and I decided that the best way for me to give them all the info they need about being a guest should be listed somewhere on site. So here are the ten things you need to know about being on Writer Groupie Podcast. 1. Make sure you know my email address. I have it listed on the WG page. 2. Make sure you know the time for your time zone. I am in the central time zone, but that may not be yours. All listed times are listed as central time.
In case you have never attended a con, there is a lot to do and see. I have been a lot of years, and so many times never even go into anything but the writer’s track. This part of MSC is something not EVERY con has, so if I ever go to another one, I will partake of all the other festivities. But I digress… So, the first workshop I attended was Elements to becoming a successful Author. It was held at 9:00 AM and as you may imagine had a lot of Monster Energy drinks in attendance. The authors
Falling by Design Book Summary ____________________________________ Brooklynn Summers has a plan for her life: graduate from high school, get into a top fashion school, prove to her family that she’s not a failure. She wishes someone in her life understood her need to create because her parents sure don’t support her dreams, her sister hates her, and the deadlines are soon approaching. Enter Grayson Banks. There are a few things in life Brooklynn can’t stand: mismatched patterns, cheap polyester, and Grayson. No boy has ever publicly humiliated Brooklynn like Grayson has. When he suddenly moved away in eighth grade, Brooklynn
u n c o m m o n / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND Welcome to my week one update for #writerrecharge. If you want more info– and it is not too late to get started! —click here for details From last week to now was a million miles long. At least that is the way it felt. I have never done a marathon, but it couldn’t be any more challenging! I kept a spreadsheet of what I turned out and believe me, no grass grew under my feet. I must add for those who are counting – I have a
So, let’s discuss the nature of getting published by the big world. That bright and shiny world called NY publishing. Quite a different animal from doing it yourself. It’s hard to get their attention. It’s mostly, “thanks for asking, but no our lists are full”. I feel sort of like how can a lowly author ever know when it is a good time to submit, if the lists are always full? When I was at the festival recently, the bathrooms were always full. Now that sort of ‘always full’ I get, right? But this full list thing, argggg. But really?